The Princeton Theological Seminary Library serves Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton University, and wider communities of students, pastors, and scholars. Shaped by two centuries of development, the Princeton Theological Seminary Library embraces its role at the intersection of the theological record and the community of scholars, continues Princeton's commitment to build collections of depth, and promotes an environment of broad access to the theological heritage. Primary sources are represented both by original early editions or reprints and by modern critical editions.
A Digital Library of Theology and Religion
The Internet Archive and Princeton Theological Seminary share in the vision and mission of building a digital library freely accessible to scholars, pastors, and other readers around the globe. To that end, in partnership with the Internet Archive, Princeton Theological Seminary is developing the Theological Commons, a digital library of 78,000+ books and journals on theology and religion, including 28,000+ volumes from the Princeton Theological Seminary Library, digitized by the Internet Archive.